Are you a global home decor lover?
Are you looking for ideas to display your art & crafts collections at home?
Do you need inspiration to decorate with handicrafts and textiles from around the world?
If you like to travel and appreciate culture and design, you will surely return home with artworks, textiles, ceramics, imagery, or woodwork made by artisans of the world. But sometimes it can be difficult to decorate your home with these pieces of art and crafts and create beautiful collections that impact and harmonize with your home decor. Here at La casa de Freja you will find inspiration for a well-traveled home.
In 2011, I left my country Peru for love and started a new life in Denmark. Being away from my country has taught me to value it much more, both its culture and its people. For this reason, our home in Denmark is decorated with Peruvian textiles and crafts and collections from my husband’s travels around the world.
I invite you to know about my country´s culture Peru through its handicrafts and the craftsmen behind each of the different cultural expressions we have. I believe that each design has a story and every handcrafted work has a soul.
Welcome to La casa de Freja!
Hola! I’m Fiorella, a Latina (Peruvian) mom, architect, and lighting designer. I live in Denmark with my husband Tonny and our 2 small children: Freja and Thiago. Here we are creating our bicultural family and home: traditions, cultures, food, and languages from our countries: Peru and Denmark.
In 2011, I made a trip of almost 15 hours from Peru to Denmark to start a new life. Despite the years that have passed, the love for my country has not changed. Being away from my country has taught me to value it much more, both its culture and its people. That motivated me to bring a piece of my country to the house through its crafts and textiles full of color, patterns and dream textures. While my husband tries to maintain his Scandinavian style and at the same time incorporating traditional crafts from around the world from each of his trips.
Why the blog is called La casa de Freja?
In Spanish because it is my mother tongue, it means Freja’s house. In the Norse mythology, Freyja is the goddess of love, beauty, fertility, etc.
But Freja is also the name of our daughter. Then, the blog should be called now: La casa de Freja y Thiago!
LA CASA DE FREJA’S TEAM
Hello! I am Melissa, interior designer and mom of a 6-year-old girl who inspires me with all that creativity of the children’s world. I really liked the idea of being able to share many decorating ideas, so you can understand how easy it is to decorate our spaces.
For me, the design is not just colors and drawings but much more. It is the expression of our life, the way we express our personality by dressing in a certain way, in how we decorate our house or workspace, etc.
Finally, I understand the design completely because it allows me to express myself without limits. By painting, drawing, writing as now, decorating, reading, learning, researching and creating.
Hello! My name is Alexandra, I am Peruvian, I am 24 years old and I’ve been in a loving relationship of approximately 5 years with interior design, my passion.I like to say that design is not a jealous love because it allows you to develop yourself in arts, culture, and literature. You can find it on textures and nature.For that reason, I call our relationship, a relationship of love and freedom.
Furthermore, writing has always been something that drives me crazy. Therefore now, thanks to Fiorella I will be able to enjoy my two passions together here at La Casa de Freja, writing about what I love: interior design!
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